2021 starts off with DC’s much-discussed Future State event, as well as two big Marvel releases, one from a classic Kirby creation and the other from the world of Star Wars.
If WarnerMedia executives had access to the Dreamstone, they couldn’t have done better than Wonder Woman 1984’s performance on HBO Max this holiday season.
After the long-delayed release of last week’s Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Brothers is officially greenlighting a third, and final, film centering around the Amazon warrior.
If you’ve never understood why everyone brags about Batman: The Animated Series being one of the best interpretations of the character in the caped crusader’s long history, HBO Max is about to give you the chance to become a believer.
With another standout film under its belt, the Wonder Woman franchise remains the crown jewel of DC’s cinematic offerings and Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkens remain the reigning queens of contemporary superhero filmmaking.
Just in case you are counting down the minutes until you get to see Gal Gadot reprise her role as the Amazonian goddess, why not check out the TV series responsible for bringing the character to the masses: Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman.